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Lactation Duration and Long-term Risk for Incident Type 2 Diabetes in Women With a History of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus

Participants in the longitudinal Nurses’ Health Study II (NHS II) who had been diagnosed with gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM), provided blood samples and information on their diabetes status for the Diabetes and Womens’ Health Study. Data on lactation duration was extracted from the NHS II records. This study collected data from women a median of 32 years after their diagnosis with GDM, at a median age of 50 years.

Lactation Duration and Long-term Risk for Incident Type 2 Diabetes in Women With a History of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus2021-04-05T14:21:23+10:00

Partner behaviours improving breastfeeding outcomes: An integrative review

This integrative review used a Population-Interest-Context framework-based search strategy to synthesise current knowledge about what specific behaviours of a breastfeeding woman’s partner increase breastfeeding initiation, exclusivity and duration rates in Western-culture settings.

Partner behaviours improving breastfeeding outcomes: An integrative review2021-04-05T14:21:28+10:00

A systematic review examining the association between female body image and the intention, initiation and duration of post-partum infant feeding methods (breastfeeding vs bottle-feeding)

This is a systematic review of the literature examining the association between female body image and infant feeding methods. The authors examined the female body image in relation to intention, initiation and duration of postpartum infant feeding methods.

A systematic review examining the association between female body image and the intention, initiation and duration of post-partum infant feeding methods (breastfeeding vs bottle-feeding)2021-04-05T14:22:05+10:00

ABA Professional News – March

Welcome everyone! Isn’t this world a crazy place right now? Each day seems to come with many updates and new challenges. I hope you are getting some downtime and managing to stay healthy.

ABA Professional News – March2021-04-05T14:22:12+10:00

Oral Effects of Breastfeeding

The risks of not breastfeeding are many and varied. Perhaps less well-known is the importance of breastfeeding for children with regards to their oral development. Breastfeeding maximises the correct development of speech organs (tongue, lips, mandible, maxilla, soft palate, hard palate, cheeks, dental arches, oral muscles, floor of mouth), with respect to posture, mobility and strength.

Oral Effects of Breastfeeding2021-04-05T14:22:31+10:00
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